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Sports: Golf, Tennis, Women's Basketball, Duke #133908

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 31, 1991
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Highlights of Tournament Players championship won by golfer Steve Elkington, the Dinah Shore women's golf tournament won by Amy Alcott, a women's tennis tournament won by Steffi Graf over Monica Seles and of University of Tennessee's victory over University of Virginia in the women's NCAA basketball finals shown.

(Indianapolis: Dick Schaap) Duke University's victory over the University of Nevada at Las Vegas (UNLV) in last night's NCAA basketball semi-finals that revenged Duke's loss to UNLV in last year's finals reviewed; scenes shown from both games. [Duke player Bobby HURLEY - recalls last year's humiliation and last night's game.] [Duke player Grant HILL - comments.] Tomorrow's final game with University of Kansas previewed. [Kansas player Adonis JORDAN, head coach Roy WILLIAMS, Duke coach Mike KRZYZEWSKI - comment.]

Gandolf, Ray;
Schaap, Dick;
Simpson, Carole

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